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Intersection collision kills father and son in Henrico – $3,000,000 Verdict (access required)

The 52-year-old decedent was involved in a two-vehicle collision on Laburnum Avenue in Henrico County on March 3, 2009. Shortly before trial, the defendant admitted liability. At a failed mediation, the only offer was $700,000. There were no additional negotiations. ...

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Juries defy cliche of anti-immigrant bias (access required)

Your plaintiff is the family of a Mexican national from North Carolina, killed in an auto accident, and you’re stuck with a Virginia jurisdiction with a reputation for conservative jurors. If those circumstances sound daunting, consider a second case. Your ...

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Shipyard worker blames Exxon for mesothelioma – $25,000,000 Verdict (access required)

A former ship repair supervisor contracted mesothelioma almost 30 years after he last worked for Newport News Shipbuilding on oil tankers owned by Exxon Mobil Corp. Plaintiff, now 72, contended that the disease was caused by his exposure to asbestos ...

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Child of Mexican national has brachial plexus injury – $2,551,629 Verdict (access required)

The minor plaintiff was delivered by the defendant doctor on Aug. 7, 2005. The mother, who was from Mexico, had received no prenatal care. During the delivery, the defendant encountered a severe shoulder dystocia, which was reduced after approximately five ...

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